Washington, Jan 12: Mark Zuckerberg has been posting adorable pictures of his daughter Max ever since her birth on Dec 1, 2015. Each and every photo posted by Zuckerberg becomes a hit on social networking site.
Similar, one of the latest photos, in which Zuckerberg was seen taking his daughter to doctor for vaccination, too has become popular. Till Tuesday, Jan 12, the photo received more than 3,183,618 votes on Facebook.
However, Zuckerberg landed in a new controversy over the same photo. While posting the image from his official account on Facebook, Zuckerberg wrote, "Doctor's visit -- time for vaccines!"
While many hailed Zuckerberg for taking his daughter for vaccination, many other criticised him accusing him of igniting the controversy over "vaccination".
Zuckerberg earlier had cleared his stand on the debate while writing, "Vaccination is an important and timely topic. The science is completely clear: vaccinations work and are important for the health of everyone in our community."
However, his critics refused to accept his statement as one Facebook user claimed, ""Poor baby," wrote Steve Schneider on Friday. "Forget those natural immunities we got the good stuff right here in this syringe."
"Pharmaceutical companies make HUGE profits off of a sick society," Ian Humphries wrote on Friday. "Use your head people."
Meanwhile, another user wrote, "The doctor who assumed there was a link between vaccines and autism lost his license. Also, if autism scares you more than polio, you're probably an idiot."